Stone Collection: Volume 4A - Item 67
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67. C. C. Smith, “Helping the Negro to Help Himself,” Outlook (November 9, 1904): 727-30.
Discussion of a way to instill self-reliance in African Americans in Lowndes County, Alabama, based on dividing a large parcel of land into small elp HimselfHH
tracts for black farmers. Depending of whether the farmer can satisfy the debt he incurs by becoming a land owner, he is able to purchase his tract. The author was Superintendent of Negro Missions for the Christian Women’s Board of Missions of the Church of Christ.